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The Bioware RPG's release date has been pushed back six weeks, EA announced today.
The collectors edition of Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes will only be available on PS4 and PS3.
The first single-player adventure for digital card game Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has launched.
The number of consumers who intend on buying a Wii U grew by 50 per cent thanks to Nintendo's E3 showing.
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The cops and robbers spin-off will now launch early next year, says co-developer DICE.
Australian retailer EB Games says the Xbox One has seen a sales spike since June, but it's not all due to dropping Kinect.
A new video for The Sims 4 reveals users can pay for early access to in-game items.
Star Wars: The Old Republic reportedly made $165m last year, placing it behind only three other subscription MMOs in terms of revenue.
Capcom has picked Turn Left as its distribution partner for Australia and New Zealand.
EA is offering Australians the chance to play FIFA 15 two months ahead of its launch.
It's a real banner week for video games.
The next game from survival horror master Shinji Mikami will be out a week earlier than planned.
Danganronpa: Goodbye Despair will launch in Australia and New Zealand in September, says publisher NIS America.
Ubisoft has announced a new free-to-play entry in the Assassin's Creed franchise.
Minecraft remains top in New Zealand.
Watch Dogs is number one again.
The theme of the upcoming industry briefing given by PwC is "revolution not evolution."
Crowdfunded space sim Star Citizen will be one of the industry's biggest triple-A developments, according to creator Chris Roberts.
Blizzard will partner with China based internet company NetEase to launch Diablo III in that market.
The early success of the PlayStation 4 is not limited to core gamers, says Sony.
New Zealand's game developers have thrived in the transition from physical to digital media.
Lionel Messi is the FIFA cover star for the third year in a row, EA announced today.
The new localised edition of PCMag promises to cover gaming from a strictly Australian perspective.
Ubisoft has issued a new trailer for Assassin's Creed Unity just in time for the day after Bastille Day.